Culinary Union Threatens to Delay Vegas Strike Until Monday

The Las Vegas hospitality workers strike that was set to take place this Friday has been moved to Monday. The deadline for agreements at two iconic Las Vegas Strip properties has been extended. The proposed walkout at the Rio Hotel & Casino and the Virgin Hotels Las Vegas was rescheduled for Monday morning. Meanwhile, the Sahara Las Vegas reached a five-year agreement with almost 650 hospitality workers, and the El Cortez Hotel and Casino also struck a deal. Negotiations and picketings will continue throughout the weekend. Dozens of Vegas properties including the Golden Nugget, Binion’s, and The D Casino & Hotel are still in need of contracts. The striking members believe the impending strike will power their negotiation ahead of the Super Bowl LVIII.

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